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About the Author

  • Anonymous
  • DUCHESS GOLDBLATT, 81, is the inspirational author of <em>An Axe to Grind</em>; <em>Feasting on the Carcasses of My Enemies: A Love Story</em>; and the heartwarming meditation on mothers and daughters <em>Not If I Kill You First</em>. A cultural icon, trophy ex-wife, friend to all humanity, and sponsor of the prestigious Goldblatt Prize in Fiction, she lives in Crooked Path, NY. She&rsquo;s fictional but her love is real.<BR /><BR /> ANONYMOUS, the real-life person in whose mind Duchess Goldblatt lives and flourishes, has gathered all available truth and beauty for these pages. There&rsquo;s nothing else to give.

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  • DA : Great Britain

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